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  • Transplanting Sunflowers in the Garden – Growing Sunflowers for Cut Flowers

    If you’ve been following along for a while, you’ll likely remember when we started the process of winter sowing our sunflower seeds. Transplanting sunflowers – it’s finally that time! This year, I’m growing several different varieties of sunflowers – those which are open pollinated, and those which will be used for cut flower arrangements. Today, I’ll be transplanting these Pro Cut Brilliance and Pro Cut Gold pollenless sunflowers. These flowers are great for cut flowers in that they don’t produce any yellow pollen. This will prevent pollen drop in cut flower arrangements. Since there is no pollen, these flowers will not produce any seed unless cross pollinated by some other…